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Taylor Swift

Taylor Alison Swift (born December 13, 1989) is an American singer-songwriter. Taylor Swift is a very successful music artist. As one of the world's leading contemporary recording artists, she is known for narrative songs about her personal life, which have received widespread media coverage. Having sold more than 50 million albums - including 37 million in the US, Swift is one of the world's best-selling music artists and the highest-earning female musician of the 2010s. She has won 11 Grammy Awards, an Emmy Award, six Guinness world records and is the most-awarded act and woman at the American Music Awards (29 wins) and Billboard Music Awards (23 wins), respectively. In October 2023, she became a billionaire.

Early life:

Taylor Alison Swift was born at Reading Hospital in West Reading, Pennsylvania. Her parents are Scott Swift and Andrea Swift. Swift was raised in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania on a Christmas tree farm. She moved to Hendersonville, Tennessee, near Nashville, when she was 14.

Personal life:

Swift has three cats. One is named "Meredith" after the doctor on the show Grey's Anatomy.[8] The second is named "Olivia" after the detective, now captain, on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. The third one is "Benjamin" after the fictional Benjamin Button which she adopted during the filming of her music video "Me!". Easy A Herself/Self-Taylor Swift

Swift has a younger brother named Austin Swift, who is an actor.

Swift also has many friends including Selena Gomez, Blake Lively, Gigi Hadid, Lorde, Katy Perry, Julia Avania, Camila Cabello, Taylor Marie and the HAIM sisters.

In Nashville, Swift worked with experienced Music Row songwriters such as Troy Verges, Brett Beavers, Brett James, Mac McAnally, and the Warren Brothers, and formed a lasting working relationship with Liz Rose.


Grammy Awards

2010 (52nd Award Ceremony)

Album of the Year, Fearless

Best Country Album, Fearless

Best Female Country Vocal Performance, "White Horse"

Best Country Song, "White Horse"

2012 (54th Award Ceremony)

Best Country Solo Performance, "Mean"

Best Country Song, "Mean"

2013 (55th Award Ceremony)

Best Song Written for Visual Media, "Safe & Sound" (from The Hunger Games)

2016 (58th Award Ceremony)

Album of the Year, 1989

Best Pop Vocal Album, 1989

Best Music Video, "Bad Blood"

2021 (63rd Award Ceremony)

Album of the Year, folklore

CMT Music Awards

2007, Breakthrough Video of the Year: Tim McGraw

Academy of Country Music Awards

2008, Best New Female Vocalist

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